Serenji ObjectScript editor and debugger
Serenji, from George James Software, is an extension to debug ObjectScript in a simple and straight-forward way so you can focus on producing high quality code.
Since it was launched over 20 years ago Serenji has become a staple tool for all InterSystems developers. Following its success, we re-engineered it as a fully integrated VS Code extension to provide seamless integration with namespaces in your InterSystems environments.
Click here to read the latest release notes.
Serenji works with the following InterSystems environments:
on Windows, macOS and Linux workstations.
Serenji file explorer and editor are free to use, it is just the debugger capabilities you'll need a license for. To request one, get in touch with us at email@example.com
Licenses start from £395 / $495 / €495.
We offer a free 30 day evaluation for Serenji debugger, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a trial.
New users should follow these instructions to get started with Serenji.
If you are upgrading from a previous version of Serenji you should upgrade the Serenji server components by following these instructions.
For any help or queries you can reach us at email@example.com and a member of our team with get back to you.
This is version 3.2.1. It is a maintenance release that resolves a few problems found in 3.2.0.
The focus of 3.2 is on improving the debug experience.
New features include:
Read the release notes for this version here.
See the changelog for detailed lists of changes made in this and previous releases.
Your download also includes a free Solo license of Deltanji, our version control tool. Deltanji helps users organise, document and manage ever-changing systems and has been proven to improve the quality of the develop process and quality of the finish product. You can find out more about Deltanji here.
Deltanji version control Solo edition is free to use. We also have Team and Enterprise editions to work across multiple environments - you can find out more about the different editions here.
This extension uses the vscode-extension-telemetry module to report usage data to a Microsoft Azure Application Insights (AppInsights) endpoint controlled by George James Software. An example of the custom datapoints:
AppInsights also provides geolocation data.
You can disable all telemetry output from VSCode by setting
About George James Software
Known for our expertise in InterSystem technologies, George James Software has been providing innovative software solutions for over 35 years. We pride ourselves on the quality and maintainability of our code and we have built a number of tools to help you achieve the same with your work.
We release these as VS Code extensions for the wider developer community, as well as helping others to build their own extensions.
Take a look at our other VS Code extensions here, or if you would like help building your own extension get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.